QuickTime 7.7.8

Apple's media player for MOV files


  • Slick and easy to use
  • Integrated with OS X
  • Pro version allows editing and conversion


  • A bit slow to launch
  • Superceded by QuickTime X on Mac
  • Requires upgrading to get the most out of it
  • More suitable for Macs


QuickTime is Apple's own proprietory video format and QuickTime player is the official player for it.

As you would expect from an Apple product, Quicktime is extremely slick to use to the point of sometimes "hiding" features that you would expect to be more readily available - such as creating playlists for example. When it comes to performing basic functions such as playback, it's very easy to use although launching it is still a little slow. If you want to really get the most out of QuickTime however, you need to upgrade to the Pro version which allows you to do much more such as edit and convert video files.

QuickTime is designed to play Apple's MOV video format although but beyond this on Windows, it isn't very flexible. There are other players such as VLC media player which play almost any format and are much quicker to launch.

QuickTime is Apple's flagship media player although there are many other free players out there for Windows that are much more powerful

Includes changes that increase reliability, improve compatibility and address security.


  • Includes changes that increase reliability, improve compatibility and address security.

The new QuickTime 7 Player not only delivers startling quality, but it's easier to use than ever. It requires no set up for content that streams over the network. Instead, QuickTime 7 Player automatically determines your system's connection speed and chooses the highest quality stream for the amount of bandwidth you have available. And if you ever lose a connection while watching streaming video, QuickTime 7 Player automatically reconnects. Now, that's convenience.

Do you think great video deserves great audio? We do, too. And QuickTime 7 Player delivers truly outstanding multi-channel audio. In fact, it provides you with up to 24 channels of audio, turning your home office into a home theater. Pop in a movie or video game that features surround sound and prepare to be amazed at the heightened audio experience you'll enjoy on your computer equipped with surround-sound speakers. A really good sport, QuickTime 7 Player supports a wide-range of industry-standard audio formats, including AIFF, WAV, MOV, MP4 (AAC only) and AAC/ADTS.



QuickTime 7.7.8

User reviews about QuickTime

  • by Anonymous

    It's not working on Windows7.
    When I already downloaded it to use, it says that apple is not compatible with Win...   More

  • by Anonymous

    Not useful and needs another application.
    The fact that nothing can be seen or that one needs Apple Application ...   More

  • by Anonymous

    Good Plugin But Better Media Player Available.
    If your one who uses iTunes then you have Quicktime installed on ...   More